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8:52 AM EDT on June 27, 2017

    • Will New Jersey's Next Governor Give a Fig About Transit? (Gotham Gazette)
    • If Cuomo Doesn't Fix the Subways, His Poll Numbers Could Go the Way of Christie's (Crain's)
    • Amtrak Boss Wick Moorman Stepping Down, Former Delta CEO Richard Anderson Taking Over (Politico)
    • Brad Hoylman Wants More Heat on MTA/DOT to Speed Up Slow, Unreliable Bus Service (AMNY)
    • 5 Years and $369 Million Later, MTA Has Completed Sandy Repairs at New South Ferry Station (Post)
    • Rider Who Went Through F Train Hell Calls for Overhaul of MTA's Emergency Protocols (News)
    • Driver Killed, Passenger Critically Injured in Crash on Skillman Ave and Queens Blvd (DNA, TL)
    • DA: Wrong-Way Driver Who Critically Injured Cyclist in Midtown Was "Thoroughly Intoxicated" (News)
    • 83rd Precinct Goes on an Anti-Bike Victim-Blaming Tear (DNA)
    • Students at the Lou Gehrig School Have a Message for Motorists: "Slow Down" (BxTimes)
    • Daily News Agitates for Weekday Service to Jones Beach for Car-Free New Yorkers

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